As March roars in, come to Brooks Library to hone your reading and creative writing skills. These stand-alone workshops are open to teens and adults. Come to one or all; no prior registration required.
March 14 Writing Dramatic Scenes: Writers of fiction or creative nonfiction (e.g., memoir, personal essays, narrative nonfiction) need to be able to create dramatic scenes; they are the building blocks for your story. In this workshop we will work on creating and revising scenes that capture the reader’s interest and contribute to an outstanding story.
This is the second of four free workshops on reading and writing. This one is primarily for writers.
Sponsored by the Friends of Brooks Memorial Library.